Dada World Data is a tactical media collective based out of the Old Market Autonomous Zone in Winnipeg, Canada. Part 2 is an excerpt of the feature length documentary, "The Real Thing". This is a film that exposes the true story behind the recent social upheavel in Bolivia. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Bolivia, Evo Morales, Dada World Data
FOCCED Episode #1: US Foreign Policy in the Middle East is the first in a series of documentaries from the FOCCED Foundation, a non-profit educational society. Narrator Stan Goff is a 22 year veteran of the US Army who served with SOG, Rangers, and Delta Force. He served in 8 theatres of operations and taught at West Point. He explains how the American people have been FOCCED by the Finance Oil Chemical Credit Energy and Defense lobbies in Washington. FOCCED is a hip-hop-cumentary featuring the... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: FOCCED, Conspiracy, Bush, Afghanistan, Iraq, Genocide, 911, Opium, Euphrates River, Terrorism, War,...
Kensington, PA is one of the nation's poorest and most neglected neighborhoods. Once a thriving industrial hub for the textile sector, during the late 1970's Kensington was hit by a wave of de-industrialization which saw American jobs lost to the growing pool of sweat shop labor in Mexico and South East Asia. Today, Kensington's two major sources of income are welfare and narcotics. As one of the biggest heroin distribution centers in the country, it is not uncommon to find addicts of all ages,... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Guerrilla News Network, War on Drugs, KWRU
A look at how web sites deal with the subject of death. Sites featured include an information site on cemeteries, a tribute to the passing of Jerry Garcia, a virtual 3D graveyard, the pop culture death pool, and a virtual pet cemetery. Originally broadcast in 1998. Episode #206. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Episodes: 1998, 206
* Headlines for December 19, 2006 * From Bolivia to Baghdad: Noam Chomsky on Creating Another World in a Time of War, Empire and Devastation * John Mohawk, Iroquois Leader and Scholar, Dead at 61 ( 1 reviews ) Source: Television broadcast
Using Indonesia, Cuba and China as examples, Michael Parenti explains why in some countries, human rights violations are less scrutinized by the West. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Guerrilla News Network, Channel Zero, Indonesia
One World - updated with overlay, extra footage and more. Also available in hi-fi (mpeg) and lo-fi (wmv)links. Try it out, the lo-fi won't take long at all. Please pass this link on....We just want people to watch it and maybe absorb it a bit. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: 9-11, bush, nuclear